Table of contents for Black fathers : an invisible presence in America / Michael E. Connor, Joseph L. White.
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Contents: Part I. M.E. Connor, J.L. White, Fatherhood in Contemporary Black America, Invisible But Present. Hrabowski, Maton, Grief, Father-Son Relationships: The Father's Voice. L. Caldwell, J. White, Generative Fathering: Challenges to Black Masculinity and Identity. Part II. M.E. Connor, My Dad, My Main Man. C. Davis III, P.L. Abram III, Intangible Assets. K. Bentley, Images of Black Fathers From the Community. T. Parham, David Leroy Hopkins: The Face of Conscious Manhood. A. Chan, Bill Cosby: America's Father. Part III. I.A. Toldson, I.L. Toldson, A Father's Call: Father-Son Relationship Survival of Critical Life Transitions. L.D. Caldwell, R. Reese, The Fatherless Father: On Becoming Dad. N. Pole, A Letter to My Dad. Part IV. J. Landsman, Shane Price: Father to Four Generations. G.L. Cunningham, A Visible Future: The African American Men Project and the Restoration of Community. C.L. Jones, Fatherhood Training: The Concordia Project. M.E. Connor, Walking the Walk: Community Programs That Work.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
African American fathers.
Fatherhood -- United States.